That said, there are some reasons not to clear your cookies. For example, if you are in the middle of a long shopping session, clearing your cookies would mean losing everything in your shopping cart or automatically disconnecting it from your account. Another example, if you are filling out an important online document, you will want your cookies around, because they are the ones that save your answers. You can read the blog section and come up with the best choices for the same here.
Still, when you’re not doing anything important, it’s good to start clearing your cookies and because you’re on the verge of cleanup, you might also want to clean up your computer’s temporary files to improve speed and performance.
How to remove cookies from Chrome
Before we start cleaning cookies, let’s check what our options are. Google Chrome comes with a small Cookie Settings page where you can decide exactly what types of cookies you want to destroy. So let’s visit this page first.
Click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the screen. Start by opening up “Settings” on Google Chrome.
- Select Settings.
- Open up your Settings to get started deleting cookies on Chrome.
- When in Settings, on the left menu, click advanced. Select “Advanced” to view your advanced options